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Chronic back pain can lead to a vicious cycle of inactivity that only prolongs your discomfort. But what if you could recover more quickly after an episode of back pain? A meta-analysis study from a few years ago examined the effects of walking exercise on pain and self-reported function in individuals with chronic back pain….

Data recently released from a large national health insurance company indicates that treating a spine-related back injury within the first three days dramatically decreases the amount of time and money spent on getting the patient back to normal activity. This data was gleaned from over 16 million episodes of non-surgical back pain, and more than…

One of the big problems today with an aging population is that elderly people run out of options when it comes to managing their aches and pains with medication. This can result in many seniors giving up on doing the things they enjoy. The good news is that you now have a choice when it…

hen it comes to low back pain and routine x-rays, less is more. Treatment plans for lower back pain no longer require routine x-ray imaging. A 2011 meta-analysis of six randomized controlled trials of 1,804 patients with acute or sub-acute lower back pain and signs or symptoms of a specific underlying condition did not find…

Each January, roughly one in three Americans resolve to better themselves in some way. Starting an exercise program is always in the top 10 list of New Year’s resolutions. Being more active is a good thing, but it’s hard to keep a New Year’s resolution if you injure your back by doing too much too…

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